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Christmas Awakening – A Revolution of the Soul

December 15, 2014

Last week I gave a workshop in London at an event hosted by The Islington Hub and Akasha Innovation.  What a lovely group of people attended and actively took part.  One fine chap, Charles, took the opportunity to write a poem.  It is not usual for me to have a poem dedicated to me after a workshop, a kind gift from one human to another and I share this poem here, as a Christmas gift to us all.

nature trees in trees

The world within, without 

 

People need a pill.

When they’ve got so ill.

A mind full of motive,

And never still.

The illusion is unconsciousness.

To tread the path -

To redress.

Darwin told Western man:

Evolution exists.

The physical evolves, subsists.

See:

The mind,

The model,

The myth,

Are one.

Not as all energy,

Earth, moon and sun.

A mind without motive,

Is utterly still.

Take a tree -

Don’t let the attention flee.

What you inhale,

He exhales.

And in competition,

Man really fails.

But Darwin stopped at the evolution of the body.

A mind just accumulates.

It’s fundamentally shoddy.

Energy is dynamic.

More profound and panoramic.

Nothing will happen,

Until individual human beings,

Accept and know,

They’ll die one day.

And put aside fear and dismay.

This does not mean -

Run off into pleasure, escape or leisure.

It means to grow.

Evolve.

Involve.

This is the only way to solve,

The senseless situation,

Which we call the world. ​

 

nature spiders web

And to add to this, here is an extract of Christopher Fry’s poem ‘A Sleep of Prisoners’:

 

Dark and cold we may be, but this

Is no winter now. The frozen misery

Of centuries breaks, cracks, begins to move;

The thunder is the thunder of the floes,

The thaw, the flood, the upstart Spring.

Thank God our time is now when wrong

Comes up to face us everywhere,

Never to leave us till we take

The longest stride of soul we ever took.

 

Here is a short video clip of a talk I gave at a conference the other week – it links to a playlist of 8 podcasts which cover aspects of the whys and wherefores of our flawed worldview and explores a way ahead, a fresh consciousness beyond illusion:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSq639GoFDY&index=10&list=PL4fiSooXivB7D83ut1Igssgg0xZcf-mGN

 

As UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has said, the world is in the midst of a Great Transition, what the Greeks called Kairos, a supreme moment. There is a transformation in consciousness happening, being birthed within and all around us. Christmas celebrates just this birth. Let’s bring it on.

 

As peace pioneer Scilla Elworthy says,

 

‘Only a leap in consciousness can provide a new paradigm… Have you ever dared to imagine what life could be like…through the interaction of the Unified Field, one person waking up can have an improbably contagious effect. Like leaven bread, the awakening of a few individuals can raise the whole loaf.’

 

My vision is of a global home where we freely reciprocate in the co-creative, participatory, improvisational dance of Nature. We celebrate life’s adventure through learning to love ourselves, each other and all aspects of life. This is a world where we re-cognise the ground of our being in our midst: each unfolding moment of magic, where miracles spawn. A world where our interrelations within this sacredness allow us to swim the seas of synchronicity – whether local or global, community or business, for-profit or non-profit – where small steps of change resonate with love and devotion; where we each take responsibility for the quality of our attention and intention.

 

What’s your vision?

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas. May time with friends and family and alone be deeply nourishing and awakening.

 

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Crossing The Threshold In Three Small Steps

December 2, 2014

The root word of ‘leadership’ is ‘leith’ which means to cross the threshold, to let go of old ways, mind-sets and logic in order to embrace the new; a new way of attending to ourselves, each other and the world. It asks us to recognise the vitality of co-creating new ways of operating beyond the confines of pre-defined outcomes, and demands a metamorphosis no less from fear to courage.

bob marley

Leadership is, first and foremost, an attitude to life. Life asks each of us to lead in myriad ways, to reach beyond self-interest for the benefit of something greater. By allowing space and time within our hectic busi-ness we may allow ourselves to open up to the inner and outer depths of ourselves. Here are three tips to aid this:

  • Stillness- in slowing down we allow the ego-chatter in our minds to quieten, providing a chance for our awareness to deepen. If we honour this stillness on a regular basis – whether as structured meditation, a morning walk or time alone during a work break – we may allow a deeper consciousness to flow beyond the superficial stream of chatter. This deeper ground of our being – which I call Nature – is an all-pervasive receptive presence that underpins every evolving moment.
  • Synchronicity – As we consciously bring this stillness into the movement of our lives, we may become more aware of synchronistic events, subtly lit pathways and intuitive guidance. In learning to listen to the wisdom of Nature found through the well-springs of the heart, we improve our responsiveness to life’s dance.
  • Small steps – Each moment offers us the chance to embrace life with loving attention through our hearts freed from pre-conceived notions, fears and judgements. In opening our hearts to each interrelation we learn to lead with courage (its Latin root ‘cor’ meaning heart). Here we truly listen to our deeper self and others; we provide a space of reciprocity for sharing authentically within an atmosphere of trust. We co-create solutions uncluttered by the same thinking that created the problems in the first place.

These three movements – receptivity, responsiveness, reciprocity – allow us to courageously embrace the journey of a lifetime, breaking out beyond the shell of our tiny egos into the inter-relational matrix of Nature.  Manifesting this in my own life is not a plain sail rather a continuous learning process.

success3

There have been numerous life-defining moments for me, two worth mentioning here regarding my work-life. In 2008 I gave up a well-respected job as Head of Practice for a large management consultancy and set up a sustainability solutions offering from scratch. Tough times as the recession kicked-in with organisations perceiving sustainability as a nice-to-have.

Yet I was passionately energised, learnt a great deal and found friends along the way. Then in 2012, I took a bigger leap off the cliff-face of security, status and salary by resigning as Global Director of Sustainability for a large multi-national to embrace the unchartered horizons of being a writer, speaker, adviser and work-from-home Dad and husband. No more executive breakfast meetings or long haul flights, instead I found myself exploring the root causes of our current crises while changing nappies.

HutchinsIllusionOfSeparation

Heart-based living has the hallmark of appearing foolish to the head. The ‘letting-go’ of security in times of uncertainty allows for the ‘letting-come’ of new steps of change. Each day challenges me to be courageous in small yet self-defining ways. I can’t claim to be anything like a master in this, but I have no doubt I am walking the right path.

 

Giles Hutchins will be speaking about this new paradigm at The Hub in Islington on 10thDecember, to attend book here .

 

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Leading with Courage while Crossing the Threshold

November 17, 2014

The root word of ‘leadership’ is ‘leith’ which means to cross the threshold, to let go of old ways, mind-sets and logic in order to embrace the new; a new way of attending to ourselves, each other and the world. It asks us to recognise the vitality of co-creating new ways of operating beyond the confines of pre-defined outcomes, and demands a metamorphosis no less from fear to courage:

Fear-based leading                                                                               Courage-based leading

Authoritarian                                                                                           Emancipation

Leader-follower relation                                                                     Co-creative relation

Motivated by power                                                                            Motivated by love

Blame culture                                                                                          Compassionate culture

Risk-averse                                                                                               Pioneering

Adversarial                                                                                               Inspirational

Competitive                                                                                             Empathic

Command and control                                                                         Improvisational

best

Leadership is, first and foremost, an attitude to life. Life asks each of us to lead in myriad ways, to reach beyond self-interest for the benefit of something greater. By allowing space and time within our hectic busi-ness we may allow ourselves to open up to the inner and outer depths of ourselves. Here are three tips to aid this:

  • Stillness- in slowing down we allow the ego-chatter in our minds to quieten, providing a chance for our awareness to deepen. If we honour this stillness on a regular basis – whether as structured meditation, a morning walk or time alone during a work break – we may allow a deeper consciousness to flow beyond the superficial stream of chatter. This deeper ground of our being – which I call Nature – is an all-pervasive receptive presence that underpins every evolving moment.
  • Synchronicity – As we consciously bring this stillness into the movement of our lives, we may become more aware of synchronistic events, subtly lit pathways and intuitive guidance. In learning to listen to the wisdom of Nature found through the well-springs of the heart, we improve our responsiveness to life’s dance.
  • Small steps – Each moment offers us the chance to embrace life with loving attention through our hearts freed from pre-conceived notions, fears and judgements. In opening our hearts to each interrelation we learn to lead with courage (its Latin root ‘cor’ meaning heart). Here we truly listen to our deeper self and others; we provide a space of reciprocity for sharing authentically within an atmosphere of trust. We co-create solutions uncluttered by the same thinking that created the problems in the first place.

These three movements – receptivity, responsiveness, reciprocity – allow us to courageously embrace the journey of a lifetime, breaking out beyond the shell of our tiny egos into the inter-relational matrix of Nature.  Manifesting this in my own life is not a plain sail rather a continuous learning process.

jungle6

There have been numerous life-defining moments for me, two worth mentioning here regarding my work-life. In 2008 I gave up a well-respected job as Head of Practice for a large management consultancy and set up a sustainability solutions offering from scratch. Tough times as the recession kicked-in with organisations perceiving sustainability as a nice-to-have. Yet I was passionately energised, learnt a great deal and found friends along the way. Then in 2012, I took a bigger leap off the cliff-face of security, status and salary by resigning as Global Director of Sustainability for a large multi-national to embrace the unchartered horizons of being a writer, speaker, adviser and work-from-home Dad and husband. No more executive breakfast meetings or long haul flights, instead I found myself exploring the root causes of our current crises while changing nappies.

Heart-based living has the hallmark of appearing foolish to the head. The ‘letting-go’ of security in times of uncertainty allows for the ‘letting-come’ of new steps of change. Each day challenges me to be courageous in small yet self-defining ways. I can’t claim to be anything like a master in this, but I have no doubt I am walking the right path.

Dealing with the root cause of today’s plethora of problems is what the newly released book The Illusion of Separation focuses on.  It explores the whys and wherefores of corruptions in our ways of thinking and experiencing the world and then uncovers a way ahead to shift our dominant story of ‘self as separate’ and ‘Nature as commodity’ into a fresh and timeless logic. It draws upon East and West wisdom and blends ancient philosophy with pioneering new thought. Are you up for crossing the threshold? Here we find the answers to our pressing challenges.

 

A special for ‘the nature of business’ blog readers – a 20% discount code AF1014 when ordering the paperback here and the ebook here.  Giles Hutchins will be speaking about this new paradigm at The Hub in Islington, London, UK on 10th December, to attend book here.

‘As the world cries out for the shift in perception we know is needed, this is a positive response to the deep seated crisis we face.  We may be aware of being, but we have lost contact with the “beingness” of which we are aware.  But how do we “opt in” rather than opt out?  How do we “participate” in creation, rather than seek its control and mere consumption?  Here lie the answers… As this book so ably demonstrates, it is our task is to make the turning possible.  The brilliance of it is that it explains how.’ 

Ian Skelly, broadcaster and writer, co-author of Harmony by HRH The Prince of Wales

 

Giles applies twenty years business experience to the emergence of new business logic inspired and in harmony with nature, for a short video see here.  Author of The Nature of Business and recently release The Illusion of Separation Giles blogs at www.thenatureofbusiness.org, facebook community https://www.facebook.com/businessinspiredbynature and tweets @gileshutchins

Beyond Capitalism – Business Inspired By and In Harmony With Nature

November 10, 2014

Much has been explored recently about the flaws in our current economic paradigm and ways to move beyond capitalism.  For instance: conscious capitalism, capitalism 2.0, regenerative capitalism, closed-loop economics, co-operatives, social enterprises; and yet so often the underlying logic that created our plethora of problems in the first place remains unquestioned, even unwittingly applied to these new ways of operating.

Easter-Island-1

Contrary to popular belief, our capitalist economic system is not the root cause of our problems.  Yes, it is unfit for purpose and life-damaging, along with our addiction to consumerism, but it is not the root. There is a deeper primary problem which is easily overlooked and seldom addressed.

Woven into our scientific-philosophy and socio-economic thinking at deep and partly unconscious levels is a corruption of the most fundamental degree.  It is a flawed logic that sets us apart from each other and Nature – an illusion of separation. It is what Einstein spoke of as an optical illusion of consciousness which now manifests a devastating delusion.

Any new business approach that does not address this corrosive and deeply divisive logic at source will not last long.  The new frontier of business must be rooted in a new logic – a new consciousness no less – that transcends this illusion so that solutions and remedies no longer apply the corrupting logic of yesterday.

As Peter Drucker famously said, ‘in times of turmoil the danger lies not in the turmoil itself but in facing it with yesterday’s logic.

Yesterday’s logic understands the world and universe as purposeless, devoid of meaning and consciousness. It is the same materialistic worldview that pervades our media, arts, philosophy, education, science and economics today and is seldom questioned yet deeply divisive. It is a logic that pits us against each other where Nature is viewed as a ‘war of all against all’. It creates a carcinogenic way of attending and an evolutionary path of selfish ascendency where the cancer sets about destroy its host and then winds up killing itself.  It is not in the least wise, and yet it is still what we teach ourselves to believe.  This flawed logic leads to climate change, poverty, inequality, wars, patriarchy, egotism and capitalist consumerism.best

Whilst the founders of Western philosophy respected the innate wisdom of life beyond the confines of any illusory sense of separation, over time we have tended towards egotism and materialism, debasing ourselves and demeaning Nature.  Time is no longer on our side, and humanity now needs to live up to its name of Homo sapiens – wise beings – and wake-up to the insanity of our own mind-set.

The good news is that there is a transformation in our midst, a paradigm shift no less. The questioning of our short-termism, rampant consumerism and capitalistic approach comes with a rising trend of co-operatives, B-Corps, social entrepreneurship, open sourcing and creative commons approaches in business and beyond. We are reminded of Paul Hawkin’s discovery in his work Blessed Unrest that millions of organisations are now actively engaged in the emergence of a new paradigm.  Yet we do need to awaken the importance of rooting any new paradigm in the wisdom of life beyond illusion i.e. in re-cognising that we are expressions of Nature and that our own consciousness is immersed within a wider, deeper matrix – the ground of our being – which the great minds of Jung, Einstein, Da Vinci, Confucius and many others before us all understood, along with our present day activists such as Satish Kumar, Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee and Thich Nhat Hanh.

Only with this re-cognition will we ensure our solutions are both inspired by AND in harmony with Nature, which is the only viable pathway towards a truly sustainable future for life on Earth.  This shift asks us to activate a new way of leading; a new way in attending to ourselves, each other and Nature, characterised by a shift from fear to courage:

 

Fear-based leading                                                                               Courage-based leading

Authoritarian                                                                                           Emancipation

Leader-follower relation                                                                     Co-creative relation

Motivated by power                                                                                Motivated by love

Blame culture                                                                                          Compassionate culture

Risk-averse                                                                                               Pioneering

Adversarial                                                                                               Inspirational

Competitive                                                                                             Empathic

Command and control                                                                         Improvisational

 

By allowing space and time within our hectic busi-ness for an opening of our cognition to the inner and outer depths of ourselves, each other and Nature, we gain understanding of Nature as a powerful source of inspiration, and begin to realise the answers to our pressing challenges are all around and within us. For instance: the attunement that emerges within flocking and shoaling may provide insight for self-organising community groups; nested cycles of ecological transformation may provide insight for social development; diverse microbial soil communities beneath our feet may provide insight for localisation within globalisation; ecosystem-thinking may provide insight for ecological production processes and waste re-use; Nature’s regenerative cycles may provide insight for organisational resilience; deep immersions in Nature may provide psychological insights which aid our self-other-Nature attunement. From bacteria to bees and from Aboriginal Australian communities to the Scottish Highlands we start to uncover gems of truth to share in helping our neighbourhoods become vibrant and life-enhancing.

nature devon view

Three R’s to help ground our paradigm shift:

1) Re-designing: new ways of operating and innovating beyond ‘hurting’ into ‘healing’ (shifting from the take/make/waste paradigm to a regenerative approach which nourishes life).

2) Re-establishing: reconciling our self-other-Nature relation (attuning our self-Self within the embodiment of our neighbourhood, drawing on, for instance: eco-psychology, phenomenology, co-creative community engagement, leading-from-the-heart, contemplative practices, the way of Council, shamanic practices and deep Nature immersions).

3) Re-kindling: igniting ancient wisdom through the inspiration of Nature (enabling organisations, communities and societies not merely to reduce their adverse impact but to flourish in the years ahead by practising wise approaches to life that draw on, for instance: ecological thinking, eco-literacy, permaculture, biomimicry and indigenous wisdom).

Giles Hutchins applies twenty years business experience to the emergence of new business logic inspired and in harmony with nature, for a short video see here.

A special for you – a 20% discount code AF1014 when ordering the paperback here and the ebook here.

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The Future of Sustainability – a new logic for a new society

October 24, 2014

What has become widely referred to as ‘Western civilisation’ has brought great technological advancement and social change over the millennia. Its underpinning scientific-philosophy is now the dominant paradigm in most parts of our world, regarded by many as the only viable way ahead and a panacea for all our ills. The cultural belief has grown that, with enough time and money, all problems can be solved through this science and technology. One has only to be reminded of the great strides we have made in, for instance, computing, manufacturing, medicine and mass produced food to recognise the attraction of this creed.

nature vandal

Yet something is amiss. We seem to be facing increasingly insurmountable social, psychological, economic and environmental problems of epic proportions. Many are now recognising that these problems run deep and wide. These are pivotal times for humanity. And yet the regular reaction to our plethora of problems is to find scientific, monetary or technological fixes way downstream from the inherent problems themselves. All too often these downstream fixes actually exacerbate the underlying problems. As the scholar Joseph Milne notes, ‘There is a tendency in our age to rush to change the manifest effects of wrong actions without seriously considering the root causes’.

Far from our Western paradigm being the grand solution-provider to all our ills, many prominent thinkers in business, politics, education, society, the arts and sciences point to its role in actually fueling the multiple crises. For instance, the much admired award-winning former Chairman and CEO of Interface, Ray Anderson explained, ‘We have been, and still are, in the grips of a flawed view of reality – a flawed paradigm, a flawed world view – and it pervades our culture putting us on biological collision course with collapse.’ Christine Lagarde, Head of the International Monetary Fund points out that ‘we are currently subsidising the destruction of our planet on an enormous scale.’ Put bluntly, our prevalent way of attending is systemically anti-life, reaching far beyond the hot topic of climate change.

olympic waste

At deep and partly unconscious levels this flawed world view infects how we perceive, relate and attend to life. Dog-eat-dog competition is the ideology underpinning capitalist consumerism which we seem so hopelessly dependent on these days.  This same ideology has hierarchic, monopolistic, hyper-competitive tendencies, which has become an ingrained tyranny, corrupting democracy, human evolution and the fabric of life on Earth. It is an ideology that is built upon incomplete assumptions about how the world works formed by the fragmenting reductionism of scientific positivism which objectifies the world we inhabit in to a collection of disparate ‘things’.

Influential thinkers such as Darwin, Freud and Bernays drew from great minds before them, such as Hobbes and Bacon, who viewed life as a ‘war of all against all’ where we either dominate or be dominated. Underpinning this is the philosophy of ‘rationalism’ – which sets things apart from each other using abstract logic, in so doing, creating an illusion of separation. The control-based logic of rationalism finds its roots in egotism, patriarchy, domination and separateness that became woven into our Western mind-set over the centuries. This logic winds up with rampant competitiveness and consumerism fueling today’s cultural infatuation with stuff, while undermining our potential for greatness with greed, envy and fear.

Ego versus Eco

If we are to have a hope in hell of dealing with the root causes of our current crises, and their ever deepening and widening down-stream ramifications, we need to transform this flawed logic at source. In other words, we need a new philosophy, a new logic, a new way of understanding and relating with reality. Over the last century there have been profound developments in Western thought which point to life beyond the tidy, yet artificial, confines of objectified science: phenomenology, process philosophy, quantum reality, participatory consciousness, deep ecology and ecological psychology. All of these deeper perspectives of reality open us up to a fresh yet ancient wisdom – a way of living inspired by and in harmony with Nature.

Nature  is not centralised, controlled, quantised or homogenised but distributed, diverse, locally attuning and co-creative – this wisdom leads us to a participatory way of living where co-inspiration across diverse local and global groups of interest interrelate through a common ground of being.  Deep respect for ourselves, each other and Nature is not some luxury add-on which can be dispensed with in times of economic downturn, it is foundational to who we truly are; without it we become rudderless, tossed this way and that by inauthentic egotistic whims – distracted, dis-eased and deluded. There is no time like the present to breathe into this fresh yet ancient logic so we can experience and participate in life unhindered by the devastating illusion of separation.

A special for readers – a 20% discount code AF1014 when ordering the paperback here and the ebook here.  Giles Hutchins will be speaking about this new paradigm at The Hub in Islington, London, UK on 10th December, to attend book here.

Giles applies twenty years business experience to the emergence of new business logic inspired and in harmony with nature, for a short video see here also the facebook community https://www.facebook.com/businessinspiredbynature and tweets @gileshutchins

Join live twitter discussion 4pm UK time this Monday

October 17, 2014

Join us on Twitter @FlorisBooks on Monday 20th October from 4pm for a live Twitter chat with Giles. Send in your questions about The Illusion of Separation, sustainable business, and solutions to our current crises with the hashtag #altbusiness.

Daring to Cross the Threshold – Are you ready for reality?

October 16, 2014

We live within a culture that is constrained by a worldview rooted in a devastating illusion which infects our way of experiencing, attending and relating with our inner selves and our outer world.

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Within our dominant worldview, the ‘self’ as an organism is deemed separate from, and in competitive struggle with, its environment.  This worldview forms a paradigmic logic of exclusion rather than inclusion, where organisms and beings are objectified as struggling for survival through dog-eat-dog competition within an evolution of selfish ascendency. This is the logic upon which our Western education systems, business systems and social systems draw from, yet it is deeply divisive and woefully inadequate. Enter the capitalist consumerism of today’s individualistic culture characterised by control-based thinking, domination, hierarchy, status, fear and exploitation.

This logic corrupts how we relate to each other and the wider matrix of life we inhabit. It is what C.S. Lewis called ‘the philosophy of Hell’ tending towards what Albert Einstein called an optical illusion of consciousness that sets us apart from each other and Nature. It is this corrupting logic that breeds the problematic symptoms facing us today whether in business, in social welfare, health and education, setting humanity on collision course with collapse.MDG : Green Economy and Forests REDD : hills of  burnt out brown and deforested land in Thailand

If the vast majority of the world’s leading scientists are to be believed, we are fast running out of time to alter the error of our ways. It would seem most timely to address the root cause of these problems so that we can move forward with real solutions unconstrained by the corruptions that caused the problems in the first place.

Dealing with the root cause of today’s plethora of problems is what the newly released book The Illusion of Separation focuses on.  It explores the whys and wherefores of corruptions in our ways of thinking and experiencing the world and then uncovers a way ahead to shift our dominant story of ‘self as separate’ and ‘Nature as commodity’ into a fresh and timeless logic. It draws upon East and West wisdom and blends ancient philosophy with pioneering new thought. Are you up for crossing the threshold? Here we find the answers to our pressing challenges.

The book has been blessed with numerous reviews – here are three recent ones from recognised experts in their respective fields:

‘With clarity and insight Giles Hutchins analyses the roots of our present collective mind-set of separation, and yet shows how science and spirituality point to a deeper, inclusive consciousness. Here are signposts for a future that is vitally needed in the present moment, if we dare to cross the threshold’

Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, Ph.D. Sufi teacher and author, Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of the Earth

‘Cutting through habitual denials and academic evasions, Giles Hutchins exposes the delusion at the root of our planetary crisis.  And with a holographic richness of resources and disciplines, he discloses—indeed activates—the attitude that might just provoke our needed evolution. This is a wise and urgent text: may it be heard, and soon!’

Catherine Keller, Professor of Constructive Theology, Drew University, author of On the Mystery

 

 ‘As the world cries out for the shift in perception we know is needed, this is a positive response to the deep seated crisis we face.  We may be aware of being, but we have lost contact with the “beingness” of which we are aware.  But how do we “opt in” rather than opt out?  How do we “participate” in creation, rather than seek its control and mere consumption?  Here lie the answers… As this book so ably demonstrates, it is our task is to make the turning possible.  The brilliance of it is that it explains how.’

Ian Skelly, broadcaster and writer, co-author of Harmony by HRH The Prince of Wales

 

Giles Hutchins applies twenty years business experience to the emergence of new logic inspired and in harmony with nature, for a short video see here.

A special 20% discount code AF1014 when ordering the paperback here and the ebook here.

Join the facebook community https://www.facebook.com/businessinspiredbynature and tweet Giles @gileshutchins

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